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Wednesday, 21 September 2011

10 Steps For Grow up Simple 10 Exercises, 3 Moths Course Only

A Good Big ' Un is Better
Than a Good Little ' Un



There is a school of though in medical circles wich
fosters the view that good health depends to a large
extent on the individual's own interest in it. The
richest person in the world cannot buy good health
but the sensible person can do much towards attaining
a reasonably high standard of health.
In addition, more and more doctors are holding the
opinion that certain illnesses, ailments, afflictions,
call them what you will, can be treated wholly or
party by the sufferers themselves provided they are
strong-willed enough to adopt and adhere to the
correct mental approach. That is not to say that
medical and similar professional advice should be
ignored but it does mean that patients must work to
achieve a cure in exactly the same way that a doctor
does. Having digressed a little let us return to the
main theme; how to increase your height. The purpose
of this book is to assist the reader to do just that
if he so wishes and he will find that although the
emphasis ison taking steps to increase one's height,
the process isto a certain extent interwoven with
general good health and what he can do of his own accord
in that direction.
No costly equipment is needed and no courses at physical
training establishments are called for. The suggested
remedies can be put to the test in one's own back garden
or in the privacy of one's own bedroom.
Successful results are well within the reach of anyone
possessed of a little determination and the willingness to
submit himself to the discipline of a strict but not
necessarily rigorous way of life.
You can start by doing the exercises shown at the end of
this blog, or even as you walk to the office or take your
Saturday constitutional. Try breathing in while you walk
six paces, or more if you tend to take short, quick steps,
and then out while you walk the next six. Keep up the
routine for the whole of your outing and before you know
where you are it will be second nature to you. Breathing
in this manner will help you tremendously in your walking
and those lungs of yours will be working properly for the
first time in your life.
As with other exercises described in this book, no
specific directions are given as to the number of times
you should do each exercise at a time. It is, however,
suggested, more especially to those readeers who have more
especially to those readers who have not been in the
habit of taking physical exercise, that each one is gone
through a few times only at first to see what one's individual
reactions are. The number of times can be increased as a higher
standard of proficiency is reached but it is always worthwhile
trying to do one more when you think you have reached your limit.


Exercise 1

Stand with the hands hanging loosely by the sides. Breathe in slowly
and as you do so turn the hands and lower arms until the palms are facing the
same direction as you are. Synchronize the complete movement with one deep
breath. Breathe out slowly, return the hands to their original position.

Exercise 2

Stand with the hands hanging loosely by the sides. Breathe in Slowly and as you
do so raise the arms sideways until they are at right angles to the body with the
palms facing the ground. At the same time raise the heels until you are standing
on your toes. Synchronize the movement with one deep breath. Breathe out slowly,
return the arms to their original position and lower the heels.

Exercise 3

Stand with the hands hanging loosely by the sides. Breathe in slowly and as you
do so raise the arms forwards and upwards until they are vertical with the palms
facing inwards. At the same time raise the heel until you are standing on your
toes. Synchronize the complete movement with one deep breath. Breathe out slowly,
return the arms to their original position and lower the heels.

Exercise 4
Lie flat on your back with the body at right angles to the wall and your head about
tow inches from it; the arms should be by the sides. Stretch the legs and toes as far away from the wall as possible and the head and neck as far as possible towards it. At the same time raise the back from the floor slightly so that the chest is
arched. The movement can be assisted by pressing the palms of the hands against the floor, Return to your original position and relax.

Exercise 5

Sit on the floor and lean forward until you can touch your toes with the tips of the
fingers. In one movement lie flat on the floor with the arms also on the floor above the head. Stretch the arms, body and legs as far as you can for a moment
or two and then in one movement return to your starting position with the fingers
touching the toes. After a little practice you will find that you can improve on
the original exercise by touching the toes with the palms of the hands.

Exercise 6
Lie flat on your back with the arms by the sides and the palms of the hands pressed
firmly against the floor. Keeping the legs together raise them until they are at
right angles to the rest of the body. Stretch the legs and toes and hold the position for a few seconds. Then Continue with the movement until the toes touch
the floor over your head. Bring the legs back to the midway position and repeat the
second part of the exercise six times. Finally, swing the legs right back until the whole of the body is once again in contact with the floor.

Exercise 7

Sit on the Floor with legs Stretched out in front of you and hands by the sides.
Extend the right leg sideways as far as you can. Hold it there for a few seconds
and then return it to its original position. Go through the same movement with the left leg.

Exercise 8

Lie flat on your back with the arms by the sides and the palms of the hands pressed
firmly against the floor; the legs should be stretched out straight and touching. Raise the right leg, not forgetting to point the toes, until it is at right angles
to the rest of your body or as near as you can get to that position. Hold it for a few seconds and the lower the leg slowly. Go through the same movement with the
left leg. Then raise both legs together, hold them as near vertical as you can for a few seconds and then lower them together slowly to the ground.

Exercise 9

Lie flat on your back with the hands pressed firmly against the hips and the legs
together at full stretch. Raise both legs together until they are at right angles
to the rest of the body. Still keeping them firmly together, swing the legs to the
right until they nearly touch the ground; then with a semicircular movement swing them up and over until they nearly touch the ground on your left hand side. Continue to do this until you are ready to check the movement with the legs in the perpendicular position and lower them slowly to the floor.

Exercise 10

Stand with the legs astride, the heels between two and three feet apart and the toes
turned slightly outwards. Bend the body forward and slightly to the right until you can grasp the right ankle with both hands. Hold the position for a moment or two and then by pulling on the ankle see if you can touch the right knee with your
chin. Try three pulls in succession, then release the ankle and return to the vertical position for a short rest. Repeat the exercise by grasping the left ankle and trying to touch the left knee with your chin with three successive pulls. Return to the original upright position for a short rest before starting the sequence again. The backs of the knees will protest but do not be deterred.

These all exercise if you can do daily I will challenge you, your height is grow in one month.

Best of luck for my self No pain No Gain Do Work Hard.....

5 comments:

  1. Thank you for your kind comment, it makes it all worthwhile. Your blog is very interesting, I always thought hight was something you could not change, you learn something new every day. thanks again. Steve.

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  2. Obrigada. Agrade├žo a suas palavras. Seja sempre bem vindo.
    Thank you. Thank you for your words. Is always welcome.
    A hug.

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